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China's Health Statistics Yearbook 2010

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 08/2010
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1, "Chinese Health Statistics Yearbook" is a development of China's health and the health status of annual data. This book contains the country and 31 provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities, health development and the current level of population health statistics, and important year history of the national statistics. Book, "Chinese Health Statistics Yearbook ~ 2010 volumes, incorporate the contents of the cut-off by the end of 2009.
Second, the book is divided into 15 parts, Ji: health agencies, health personnel, health facilities, health expenses, medical services, rural and community health, maternal and child health, the people's health standard and the nutritional status 疾病 Control and Public Health, Ju Minbing injury The cause of death, health surveillance, health protection system, demographic indicators, attached the main socio-economic indicators, the world health situation. A brief description of each chapter and the main pre-set targets to explain, a brief description introduces the main contents of this, data sources, statistical coverage, statistical methods and historical changes.
Third, data sources
(A) of this information came mainly from the annual health statistics reports, some from sample surveys.
(B) population and socio-economic data is taken from "China Statistical Yearbook" and the Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Civil Affairs statistics, information on the basic medical insurance for urban residents from the Department of Human Resources and Social Security, national health status information is taken from the World Health Organization, "World Health Statistics. "
4, statistical coverage
(A) In addition to administrative divisions, the book involves the national statistics do not include Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR and Taiwan Province of information.
(B) of the Ministry of Health, three amendments to the "national health survey system ~, appropriate adjustments to the health institutions and personnel of statistical standards, resulting in 1996,2002,2007 and personnel in health institutions a greater number of changes.
(C) from the 2010 roll, village health institutions, personnel and clinic visits were included in the total number of health institutions, the total number of health personnel, the total number of people in the clinic (village health statistics are no longer alone). Click caliber each year information has been adjusted.
5, statistical grouping
(A) of the eastern, central and western regions: the eastern region includes Beijing, Tianjin, Liaoning, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Fujian, Shandong, Guangdong, Hainan, Hebei, 11 provinces and municipalities; the central region includes Shanxi, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Anhui, , Jiangxi, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, 8 provinces; western regions, including Inner Mongolia, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan, Tibet, Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai, Ningxia, Xinjiang, Chongqing, Guangxi, 12 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities.
(2) Organizer: The registration of medical institutions as the basis, divided into government-run, community office and private office. Government run health institutions, including health authorities and other government agencies sponsored health agencies; community run health institutions, including enterprises, institutions, social organizations and other social organizations to do.
(C) urban and rural: 1949-1984 years ago health institutions and their beds and personnel in accordance with city and rural groups, since 1985, according to city and county group. City, including the municipal district, municipal districts and county-level cities, not including municipal and prefecture-level city under the jurisdiction of the county; counties, including county and flag.
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Table of Contents
First, health organizations
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (1)
1-1-1 Health Institutions (3)
1-1-22009 by Region Health Institutions (4)
1-1-32009 number of various types of health institutions (6)
1-2-12009 Number of Medical Institutions (10)
1-2-22009 Region in the number of medical institutions (nonprofit) (11)
1-2-32009 Region in Medical Institutions (for profit) (12)
1-3-12009 the Hospital, maternity and child care, special disease prevention and control Hospital grade cases (13)
1-3-22009 Hospitals by Region in grades condition (14)
1-4-12009 groups, by number of beds in hospitals, maternal and child health and specialist disease control agency number (15)
1-4-22009 by Region Number of Hospitals by Beds (16)
1-4-32009 groups, by number of beds in the number of township hospitals (17)
1-4-42009 Region in number of beds grouped by community health service centers (stations) number (18)
1-5 village health number (19)
 
Second, health personnel
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (21)
2-1-1 Health Personnel (23)
2-1-22009 number of various types of health sector staff (24)
2-1-3 the number of health personnel in 2009 (according to Counties / economic type / organizer points) Toys (28)
2-1-4 2005 health personnel gender, age, educational background, professional title (%) (29)
2-1-5 in 2009 health personnel gender, age, education, professional title (%) (30)
2-1-62009 Region in the number of health personnel (31)
2-1-72009 Region in the number of health personnel (City) (32)
2-1-82009 Health Personnel by Region Number (s) (33)
2-2-1 high number of mid-level health workers (34)
2-2-2 the number of health workers per thousand population (34)
2-2-32009 Region in the number of health workers per thousand population (35)
2-32009 of the Medical institutions Personnel (36)
2-4-12005 Practising (Assistant), MD, sex, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (38)
2-4-22009 Practising (Assistant), MD, sex, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (39)
2-4-3 Division practicing (assistant) doctors form (%) (40)
2-4-4 physician practice type composition (%) (41)
2-5-12009 Region in the number of hospital staff (42)
2-5-22005 the Hospital staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (43)
2-5-32009 the Hospital staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (44)
2-6-12009 Region in township hospitals Personnel (45)
2-6-22005 of the Township Health Center staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (46)
2-6-32009 of the Township Health Center staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (47)
2-7-12009 Region in community health service centers (stations) Personnel (48)
2-7-2 Community Health Center, 2005 staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (49)
2-7-3 2009 Community Health Center staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%)
2-8-12009 Region in maternity and child care (and stations) Personnel (51)
2-8-2 2005 Maternal and Child Health Hospital (and stations) staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (52)
2-8-3 2009 Maternal and Child Health Hospital (and stations) staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (53)
2-9-12009 by Region Center for Disease Control Personnel (54)
2-9-22005 Center of Disease Control and Prevention staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (55)
2-9-32009 Center of Disease Control and Prevention staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (56)
2-10-12009 by Region Health Authority (center) Personnel (57)
2-10-2 Health Authority (center) staff gender, age, academic qualifications and professional title (%) (58)
2-11-1 number of rural doctors and health workers (59)
2-11-22009 Village Health Room Personnel (to)
2-11-32009 Region in the number of village health workers (60)
2-12-1 medical school enrollment and the number of students (61)
2-12-2 medical graduates (62)
2-12-3 medical graduate numbers (63)
 
Third, health facilities
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (65)
3-1-1 Number of Hospital Beds (10 000) (67)
3-1-22009 in Medical Beds (68)
3-1-32009 Region in the number of beds in medical institutions (70)
3-1-4 the number of beds in medical institutions per thousand population (72)
3-1-52009 Beds in Medical Institutions in the number and composition (73)
3-1-62009 Hospital Beds by Region in number (74)
3-22009 million or more devices of Health of institutions Number of units (76)
3-3-12009 of Health of body building area (square meter) (78)
3-3-22009 run medical institutions of Governmental Housing construction area (square meter) (80)
 
Fourth, health expenses
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (81)
4-1-1 total health expenditure (83)
4-1-2 government health spending (84)
4-1-3 health expenditure (85)
4-1-4 urban and rural residents in health care expenditures (86)
4-2-12009 of various types of health institutions assets and liabilities (87)
4-2-22009 of Health of institutional assets and liabilities (by Type / Organizer / Region) (89)
4-2-32009 Medical Institutions in assets and liabilities (90)
4-3-12009 of various types of income and expenditure of health institutions (91)
4-3-22009 income and expenditure of Health of institutions (by Type / Organizer / Region) (93)
4-3-32009 income and expenditure in medical institutions (94)
4-3-42009 run medical institutions of Governmental Revenue and Expenditure (95)
4-4-1 General Hospital income and expenditure (96)
4-4-2 General Hospital in 2009, five income and expenditure (97)
4-5-1 General Hospital outpatient and hospital medical costs per patient (98)
4-5-22009 Region in patients discharged from general hospitals and outpatient medical costs per capita (99)
4-6-12009 the 30 diseases the average hospital cost of medicines (100)
4-6-2 2009 5 30 types of disease, the average hospital inpatient medical costs (101)
 
5, medical services
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (103)
5-1-1 the number of medical institutions, clinics, people (million) (105)
5-1-22009 of various types of medical out-patient services (106)
5-1-3 non-profit medical organization in 2009 out-patient services (107)
5-1-4 in 2009 for-profit medical institutions out-patient services (108)
5-1-52009 Office of Governmental medical out-patient services (109)
5-1-62009 Region in medical out-patient services (110)
5-1-72009 Region in government-run medical institutions, out-patient services (111)
Slightly
5-12-11993 survey residents in two weeks, attendance rate (% 0) (170)
5-12-21998 survey residents in attendance and no attendance rate of two weeks (171)
5-12-32003 survey residents in attendance and no attendance rate of two weeks (172)
5-12-42008 survey residents in attendance and no attendance rate of two weeks (173)
5-13-11998 survey residents in attendance two weeks, the rate of other diseases) (174)
5-13-22003 survey residents Disease two weeks visiting rate (% 0) (175)
5-13-32008 survey residents in attendance two weeks, the rate of other diseases, Yang. ) (176)
5-14-11993 survey residents in hospitalization rates (% 0) (177)
5-14-21998 survey residents in hospitalization rates (% 0) (178)
5-14-32003 survey residents in hospitalization rates (% 0) (179)
5-114 - 42008 survey residents in hospitalization rates (% 0) (180)
5-15-11998 survey of other local residents disease hospitalization rates (% 0) (181)
5-15-22003 survey of other local residents disease hospitalization rates (% 0) (182)
5-15-32008 survey of other local residents disease hospitalization rates (% 0) (183)
5-16 survey local residents and the reasons for regular medical care units constitute (%) (184)
5-17 household survey from the nearest regional medical units of distance and time composition (%) (185)
5-18 survey residents constitute a health care system (%) (186)
 
6, rural and community health
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (187)
6-1 counties and county-level city hospitals throughout the work (189)
6-2 throughout the county and county-level city MCH hospital (and stations) work (190)
6-3 throughout the county and county-level city hospital specialist disease control (and stations) work (191)
6-4 Township Health Institutions, Beds and Personnel (192)
6-52009 Division of township hospitals beds, outpatients and emergency patients, hospital size and composition (192)
6-6-1 medical services in rural hospitals (193)
6-6-22009 Region in medical services in rural hospitals (194)
6-7 community health services, beds, staff number (195)
6-8 2009, community health service centers Beds, outpatient and emergency visits, hospital discharges and composition (195)
6-9 regional community health service centers (stations) in medical services (196)
6-102009 Region in the number of family health services, human (197)
6-112009 Region in village health institutions, personnel, clinics and the number of people (198)
7, maternal and child health
Slightly ..
 
8, the standard of people's health and nutritional status
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (215)
8-1-1 birth rate, death rate and natural growth (217)
8-1-2 regional fertility and mortality (218)
8-2-1 infant mortality and life expectancy (219)
8-2-2 age life expectancy of men and women (219)
8-2-3 regional infant mortality and life expectancy (220)
8-3-11993 residents survey week prevalence rate (% 0) (221)
8-3-21998 survey the prevalence of residents two weeks (222)
8-3-32003 survey the prevalence of residents two weeks (223)
8-3-42008 residents survey week prevalence rate (224)
8-4-11998 survey residents in two weeks and Disease prevalence (% 0) (225)
8-4-22003 survey residents in two weeks and Disease prevalence (% 0) (226)
8-4-32008 survey residents in two weeks and Disease prevalence (% 0) (227)
8-5 weeks residents survey the severity of illness (227)
8-6-11993 residents survey the prevalence of chronic diseases (% 0) (228)
8-6-21998 residents survey the prevalence of chronic diseases (% 0) (229)
8-6-32003 residents survey the prevalence of chronic diseases (% 0) (230)
8-6-42008 residents survey the prevalence of chronic diseases (% 0) (231)
8-7-1 urban physical development of children under seven • (232)
8-7-2 year-old children in rural Body Development (233)
8-7-3 Body Development of Youth (234)
8-8-1 urban and rural residents per capita daily nutrient intake (235)
8-8-2 diet of urban and rural residents (%) (236)
8-8-3 urban and rural residents per capita daily food intake (g) (237)
 
9, disease control and public health
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators • (239)
9-1-1 B class of 2009, the number of legal reporting infectious morbidity and mortality ranking (241)
9-1-2 2009 Class B notifiable communicable disease morbidity, mortality and mortality ranking (242)
9-1-3 B class of notifiable communicable disease morbidity, mortality and case fatality rate (243)
9-1-42009 Region in Class A and B notifiable communicable disease morbidity, mortality and case fatality rate (252)
9-21 year-olds of national immunization programs coverage rates (%) (260)
9-3-12002 prevalence of hypertension in China (%) (260)
9-3-22002 treatment rate of hypertension in China (%) (260)
9-4-1 top ten cancer mortality (total) (261)
9-4-2 top ten cancer mortality (M) (261)
9-4-3 top ten cancer mortality (F) (261)
9-4-4 top ten cancer mortality (city) (262)
9-4-5 top ten cancer mortality (rural) (262)
9-5-12009 of schistosomiasis control situation (263)
9-5-22009 molluscicidal check the situation of schistosomiasis (263)
9-6-1 in 2009 Keshan disease control situation (264)
9-6-22009 the Great Kashin-Beck disease prevention and control situation (264)
9-6-32009 of endemic fluorosis (water type) control situation (265)
9-6-42009 of endemic fluorosis (burning coal) control situation (266)
9-6-52009 of endemic Monument poisoning (water type) control situation (266)
9-6-62009 of endemic http:/ poisoning (burning coal) control situation (266)
9-6-7 in 2009 the lack of disease control situation shy (267)
9-7-1 Rural Drinking Water Supply case (268)
9-7-22009 Region in rural water supply situation (269)
9-7-3 Region Rural Water Supply beneficiary population share of rural population (270)
9-7-4 the situation of rural lavatories (271)
 
10, residents of causes of death
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (273)
10-1-11990 urban residents and constitute a major mortality (275)
10-1-21995 mortality and major diseases urban residents form • (275)
10-1-32000 mortality and major diseases urban residents form • (276)
10-1-42009 urban residents and constitute a major mortality (276)
10-1-52009 Year's urban mortality and major diseases pose • (277)
10-1-6 in 2009 and mortality in small urban major diseases pose • (277)
10-2-12009 urban residents age Disease mortality rate (1 / 100 000) (total) • (278)
10-2-22009 urban residents age Disease mortality rate (1 / 100 000) (M) (282)
10-2-32009 urban residents age Disease mortality rate (1 / 100 000) (F) • (286)
10-3-12009 Disease Year's urban age specific death rates (1 / 100 000) (total) • (290)
10-3-22009 Disease Year's urban age specific death rates (1 / 100 000) (M) (294)
10-3-32009 Disease Year's urban age specific death rates (1 / 100 000) (F) • • (298)
10-4-1 in 2009 small and medium urban age Disease mortality rate (1 / 10 million) (Total) (302)
10-4-2 in 2009 small and medium urban age Disease mortality rate (1 / 100 000) (M) (306)
10-4-3 in 2009 small and medium urban age Disease mortality rate (11.1 million) (F) • (310)
10-5-11990 mortality rate of rural residents and constitute the major diseases (314)
10-5-21995 mortality rate of rural residents and constitute the major diseases (314)
10-5-32000 mortality rate of rural residents and constitute the major diseases (315)
10-5-42009 rural residents constitute the major diseases and causes of death mortality (315)
10-6-12009 disease of rural residents age specific mortality rate (1 / 10 million) (Total) (316)
10-6-22009 disease of rural residents age specific death rates (11.1 million) (M) (320)
10-6-32009 disease of rural residents age specific mortality rate (1 / 100 000) (F) (324)
 
11, health supervision
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators servant 329)
11-12009 years of construction project health review (331)
11-2-12009 Public Health has been monitoring unit places the situation (331)
11-2-22009 regular on Public Places Health Supervision and Surveillance (331)
11-2-32009 on Public Places Health Inspection punishment cases (cases) (332)
11-3-12009 in Drinking Water Health (water) is monitoring the situation unit (333)
11-3-22009 in Drinking Water Health (wading products) are monitoring unit case • (333)
11-3-32009 in Drinking Water of regular monitoring of health supervision • (333)
11-3-4 in 2009 Surveillance of water-related products • (333)
11-3-52009 in Drinking Water Health Inspection punishment cases (pieces) • (334)
11-4-12009 products of disinfection unit was monitoring the situation • (335)
11-4-22009 products of disinfection regular monitoring of health supervision • (335)
11-5-12009 Occupational Health Unit is monitoring the situation • (336)
11-5-22009 Occupational Health Supervision punishment cases (cases) (338)
11-5-32009 Occupational Health and technical institutions are monitoring the situation unit (340)
11-6-12009 unit of Radiological Health has been monitoring the situation (341)
11-6-22009 punishment of Radiological Health Authority (pieces) (342)
11-7 2009, blood collection and supply health supervision punishment cases (cases) (343)
11-82009 punishment cases in medical health monitoring (344)
11-92009 prevention of communicable diseases monitoring punishment cases (cases) servant 346)
 
12, the medical security system
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (347)
12-1 New Rural Cooperative Medical conditions (349)
12-22009 Region in the new rural cooperative medical conditions (349)
12-3 urban residents and medical insurance situation (350)
12-4 maternity insurance situation Toys (351)
12-5 Civil Affairs medical aid situation Toys (352)
 
13, demographic indicators
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (353)
13-1 Population and Composition
13-2 Basic Conditions of Population
13-3 over all ages (million)
13-4 regional cities and counties in population and urban and rural populations
Population of all ages 13-5
13-6 The age structure of population
13-7 ratio of the regional population density and the dependency ratio
13-8 enrollment, enrollment rate and per million population, the number of students in school
13-9 regional illiterate population and the illiteracy rate
 
Appendix one of the main socio-economic indicators
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators (365)
Appendix 1-1-1 national administrative divisions (by the end of 2009) (367)
Appendix 1-1-2 urban and rural grass-roots organization (368)
Appendix 1-2-1 of GDP and financial revenue and expenditure (369)
Appendix 1-2-22009 Region in GDP and financial revenue and expenditure (370)
Appendix 1-3 Price Index (previous year = 100) (371)
Appendix 1-4 Employment and wages (372)
Appendix 1-5 rural poverty: (372)
Appendix 1-6-1 income and expenditure of urban and rural households (373)
Appendix 1-6-2 regional urban and rural household income and expenditure (374)
 
Annex II countries in the world health situation
Brief description and interpretation of key indicators
Appendix 2-1 Appendix 2-2 Health
Appendix 25-year-old child mortality rate
Health service coverage in Appendix 2-3
Environmental risk factors in Appendix 2-4
Appendix 2-5 Health Resources
Appendix 2-6 health expenses
Appendix 2-7 population and socio-economic
China's Health Statistics Yearbook 2010
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